The prosecutor who helped put away dictators such as Chile’s General Augusto Pinochet and Argentina’s General Jorge Videla has been teaching two classes and lecturing on campus all semester.
At this year's May 18 ceremony, the College will award honorary degrees to physicist and educator Robert J. Birgenau, higher education leader William G. Bowen, environmentalist Fred Krupp, and poet Elizabeth Alexander.
Erin Boettcher ’12, Emily Dix ’12, Jacob Seeley ’12, Elizabeth Lamkin ’13, and Matthew Smith ’13 have all been awarded three years of support for their graduate studies in the sciences.
The Center for Peace and Global Citizenship-sponsored program provides housing and placements at area non-profits for six graduating seniors. The Fellows also work on projects that connect the College to the community.